Japan got another taste of the upcoming "Suicide Squad" movie with a second trailer, released today. The trailer is every bit as colorful and energetic as it's English counterparts, but with a few notable differences.
Check it out below:
The trailer doesn't really reveal anything new about the film, as most of the footage is recut from familiar trailers -- but there is, however, at least one new addition worth mentioning, and that's the Japanese announcer who seems almost as into the mayhem happening on the screen as the Joker himself. The trailer also makes a point of singling out and naming the villain-protagonists, presumably for the benefit of an audience that may not be as familiar with DC Comic's rogues' gallery.
"Suicide Squad" is a movie adaptation of a comic series by the same name in which villain's from the DC Comics universe are secretly released to perform clandestine wetwork for the United States government. The film is directed by David Ayer and stars Will Smith, Margot Robbie and Jared Leto.
"Suicide Squad" hits theaters in Japan on September 10, 2016. The United States release is slated for August 5, 2016.